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The Macoupin County Treasurer is considering ways to ease the burden on getting property taxes paid. The county currently requires payments to be made in no more than two installments in mid-to-late summer. There is a new possibility on the horizon.
Roger Anderson, who was newly-elected to the office this spring, had been considering a four-payment plan similar to the one in Madison County. But he tells The Big Z there is another option that may be even more friendly to property owners.
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He says it’s probably too late to implement it for this tax cycle, as bills will be mailed out withing the next 30 days.